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5+1 Tips For A Flat Belly
The abdomen is one of those "stubborn" parts of the body, where fat often accumulates or swelling occurs. However, a flat belly is in demand for most men and women. The following small changes in your daily habits will help you achieve the desired result.
No to pointless snacking
A few chips, a few sips of a soft drink or two pieces of chocolate may seem harmless, but if you are used to snacking every day, then we are talking about extra calories. Set a calorie limit that you should consume daily and try to meet it.
Chew your food well
The better you chew your food the more you help the body lose extra pounds and absorb all the nutrients. In addition, you spend more time finishing your meal, so the brain manages to process satiety information. When you chew fast, you consume more than you need, resulting in weight gain.
Do not eat "on foot"
If you’re running around all day at work, you’re probably not eating properly. Avoid fast food, cookies or other fattening snacks. When on the go or between meetings, opt for a chicken sandwich, whole grain crackers, fruit or a cereal bar.
Opt for complex carbohydrates
Avoid white bread, white rice and other processed wheat products, which raise blood sugar and insulin levels and help you gain weight. Choose complex carbohydrates, such as cereals, pasta and whole grain breads, oats, beans, nuts, fruits and vegetables, that have a milder effect on blood sugar levels.
Do not forget to do aerobic exercise three times a week for at least 30mins, including abs. For a flat stomach and better posture, remember to pull your shoulders back and your chest out when sitting at a desk or walking.
Water is a must
Many people do not drink enough water and can become dehydrated without even knowing it, especially when exercising. The recommended dose is about eight glasses a day. During exercise, drink plenty of water often.